Soccer - Today’s News
They’ve been great in Europe but awful at home.
The win moves Swansea up to sixth in the league.
It hasn’t been a great seven days for the Sunderland keeper.
Isco to Ronaldo to James to Benzema to the net.
The Slovenian is the third Leeds manager in five months to be sacked.
It is currently 1-1 in the Clasico.
Luis Suarez is making his debut in the most exciting circumstances.
Meanwhile a late West Brom goal rescued a point against Crystal Palace.
Mistakes from Wes Brown and Vito Mannone helped Arsenal to a 2-0 victory.
An awful week for Liverpool ends in disappointing fashion.
20 minutes in and it’s already a cracker.
This disagreement shows no sign of letting up.
The Uruguay international admits his previous behaviour was ‘wrong’ and says he has left his controversial past behind him.
The striker has missed Chelsea’s last two matches against Crystal Palace and Maribor with a groin problem and a virus, which saw him hospitalised.
Sunderland’s defence has been like a sieve lately.
Will Suarez start and can the hosts’ irresistible attacking unit breach a defence that hasn’t conceded a league goal this season?
What’s he going to do if they make the top 4?
Morgan Amalfitano and Diafra Sakho scored the goals for the Hammers in a 2-1 win.
We asked two commentators to give their views on the issue…
The former Ireland internationals still haven’t made up then.
The pair of won the last six World Player of the Year awards between them.
Dundalk got the job done against Cork City.
The Dutchman had the Blues boss on his coaching staff at Barcelona and revealed he put him in charge of cup matches at Camp Nou in recognition of his talent
We’ve got 15 questions to test your memory.
The Italy international has come in for heavy criticism in recent week.
We chatted with the Football Weekly favourite.
Enrique’s decision to swap the Bernabeu for Camp Nou as a player will ensure him a hostile reception in Saturday’s Clasico.
Soccer - Yesterday’s News
Heary leaves after eight seasons at the club as a player and manager.
Despite a good performance, Athlone are dropping down a division.
The Lilywhites’ skipper scored the first goal on his first night back in the jersey.
Jason Byrne skippered the Gypsies and scored on what may well be his swansong.
The Inchicore side won their last league game of the season 4-1.
UCD beat Drogheda to secure a playoff next week.
Gary McCabe scored the winner from the spot.
It’s the Lilywhites v the Rebel Army. And the title’s up for grabs.
Conor McGregor also has his next fight confirmed and Luke Fitzgerald returns to Leinster’s starting line-up.
They’re psyched up for tonight’s big game over in the States.
It’s not all about the race for the title, you know.
It’s another feast of football across the water this weekend.